Pinterest has been the creative’s platform of choice for some time now. Bloggers who share great how-to articles coupled with amazing visual content, have done particularly well. But there’s been rumblings recently of traffic from the visual platform, taking a nose-dive. Bloggers are reporting that their referrals from Pinterest are falling and that things generally …
The busiest shopping period of the year is just getting started, and if you’re a store owner, getting people into your shop is half the battle. In addition to special promotions, host a few interactive events to drum up foot traffic and build a loyal following in the process. Having an irresistible product can take you far, but events can help you elevate your brand and give back to the community at the same time.
In June, Mountain View police posted photos online of thousands of dollars of stolen jewelry. And now, all items have finally been returned to their rightful owners.
Kelly Lieberman's insight:
Great use of Pinterest ~ Thousands of dollars of stolen jewelry is now back in the hands of its rightful owners. The process began back in June, when Mountain View police posted photos on Pinterest of items discovered in the home of burglary suspects.
There’s a burst of Pinterest activity in the weeks leading up to the holidays—people plan family get-togethers, save gift wishlists and dream up cozy winter retreats. To help your business get in on the fun (and psst, boost traffic and sales!), we're collecting our favorite holiday Pin tips.
Pinterest is made up of people who like to do things in real life—and that includes shopping. Nearly 2 million people save Product Pins to one of their boards every single day. And they don’t just dream about the things they want—they go out and get them. 93% of Pinners shopped online in the last 6 months, according to Nielsen data. Comscore also found that women on Pinterest are 30% more likely to shop or buy online than the average woman.
Home décor is one of the top three content categories on Pinterest, and one home goods brand we studied is generating more than $3.5 million a year in revenue from Pinterest alone. To help home décor marketers take advantage of the massive opportunities available to them on Pinterest and Instagram, we’ve created The Ultimate Guide…
Stanford continues its wildly popular course on building Internet empires. Every week, investor Sam Altman brings in new Silicon Valley celebrities to spill novel secrets. Recently, they held a spe...
Kelly Lieberman's insight:
“Conventional base, you only hire people who use your product religiously everyday. … For us, we screen for people who have vision and discovery online.”
Silbermann doesn’t want a team entirely of product zealots. He wants to hire people who are like the users Pinterest is yet to acquire. That way, the people designing the product are more like the audience they want to have, rather than what they currently have.